Delivering a data-driven railway: Network Rail’s asset management transformation

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17 June 2020

Supported by:

17 June 2020

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The pressure to run more trains and at a higher capacity is being felt sharply. Enabling a highly-available reliable network and minimising service affecting failures ensures that passengers and freight get to where they need to be.  Given reduced windows for maintenance and operations now more than ever, the team must deliver optimal reliability and optimisation.

Network Rail’s team have answered these challenges by linking their asset and operational data to planning information for fast and agile decision-making for their track maintenance activities. Workforce safety is always top of mind for the team, and these new insights deliver critical track geometry information across the network and reduce the need for staff to perform track inspections.

Watch this free on-demand webinar to hear from the team who have driven this new approach to management information in partnership with front-line teams.

During the webinar, railway and technology experts from ABB and Network Rail discussed:

  • Delivering critical insights: NR Intelligent Infrastructure and business environment
  • How data safety delivers workforce safety
  • Best practices for intelligent asset management
  • Network Rail’s TIGER Project – technology to Putting Passengers First
  • Driving change successfully by partnering with the business.

NikWebinar Speaker: Nicholas Connelly, Business Systems Owner, Safety, Technical and Engineering, Network Rail



Ian BarberWebinar Speaker: Ian Barber, Principle Engineer, Safety, Technical and Engineering, Network Rail



Ian HallWebinar Speaker: Ian Hall, Account Manager, ABB

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